Pearl Reid

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Pearl Vivian Reid, 70 of Houston passed away Sunday, December 7, 2014 in Houston, Texas. She was born on August 26, 1944 in Trinidad, West Indies to Marie and Rupert Martin. For over 15 years, Pearl worked as a Nurse at St. John’s Hospital, she also volunteered at Camp Allen and was the nurse for the Girl Scout camp in Seabrook. Pearl also worked for Clear Creek High School for more than eight years. She loved to sew and was known as a seamstress.
Pearl is preceded in death by her parents, and her daughter; Michelle Wilson. She is survived by her daughter; Mary A. Reid, her son; Michael I. Reid, Jr., her grandson; Ryan I. Reid, and her ex-husband; Michael I. Reid, Sr.
A service will be held on Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 10:00am, at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in La Marque, Texas, with Father Bob Moore officiating. Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock, Texas. Online condolences may be offered to the family by visiting In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. Michael’s Episcopal Church.


  1. Pearl,
    You were, and always will be, loved by all of your friends at Clear Creek High School. We have missed your sweet face these past few years, but we never forgot you. In fact, you have been in my prayers my sweet sister in Christ. I have truly missed you and know that you are now with the Father in a much better place.
    Until we meet again (God willing!)….I love you, Beth

  2. Michael and family,
    We are so very sad to hear of the passing of your Mother.
    Our prayers and Love from Michigan are with you at this time.
    Todd and Stacey Taylor

    Stacey Taylor
  3. Dear Pearl and Michelle. The Clear Creek Coaching staff will never forget what wounderful and caring people you both were. We would all look forward to game days to know our biggest and loudest fan would always be there to cheer the wildcats on to victory. You both have won the race…..May you both rest in peace , with much love and prayers to you and your family.

    Lady Wildcats
  4. To Pearl’s family,
    Love, love loved Mrs. Pearl and the joy she radiated each time we shared moments of time together! She was an extraordinary, sweet and loving soul who made the days brighter at Clear Creek High School. I was blessed to have known her and she always spoke lovingly of you all- especially her grandson. She’d ask me about mine and when I asked her about hers, her face beamed with pride and she spoke of him with tender, loving words. Take heart, as I know her spirit is now with the Lord because she was a good and faithful servant who loved all and mirrored Christ in the world during her time here on earth. So long, sweet Pearl. Rest in the arms of Jesus and pray for us who continue on serving the Lord.

  5. Family,
    I was so sorry to hear of Pearl’s passing. She was very loved by all of her Clear Creek Family. We loved her spirit and she loved life and that will be with us always. I still see her sitting at the BKB games with that big smile and the twinkle in her eyes watching with pride. We will miss her but know that someday we will meet again.

  6. I did not know, I hardly see Mary anymore but my great grandmother ran an in house day care and Mary, Michael and Michelle spent many days at my house when we were kids. Wonderful people and I miss them both

    Eldridge Simspon

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